Jambon Beurre, the all-in-French podcast about expatriates in California, invites you to broaden your horizons by meeting Romain Pirracchio, The Chief of Anesthesia and Preoperative Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco Hospital.
“Be happy to be alive” is the lesson the author retains from her exchange with Professor Romain Pirracchio, confronted with death on a daily basis in the intensive care unit he heads at Zuckerberg Hospital in San Francisco.
Discover this new episode (in French) of Jambon Beurre, where we talk about the place of caregivers in society, the relationship to their country during the health crisis that we have gone through, the incredible capacity of science to react, but also skies of California and the joy of being alive.
The author dedicates this episode to all caregivers, those who we applaud and then denigrate, those who care for us, reassure us, and strive to keep the promise to keep us alive.
The series of podcasts “Jambon Beurre” aims to present the French people of California and their history.